Neo-Con Republican Party Hijackers Seek Ron Paul Ban

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  1. poncho

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    Hijackers who have seized control of the Republican party are engaged in desperate damage control in an attempt to prevent real conservatives from reclaiming the party and are circling the wagons by calling for an end to the democratic process and for Ron Paul to be kicked out of the debates.

    Fox News led the charge via their rigged and bias smear attempt against the Texas Congressman during the debate and its aftermath.

    GOPAC chairman Michael Steele went so far as to suggest that Ron Paul should not belong to the Republican party, stating that he was "done" with Paul and did not care what the results of the FOX poll were, after it was revealed that Paul was leading the pack.

    John Gibson and Michele Malkin parroted calls for Paul to be removed from the debates during a Big Story segment last night.

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    "The chairman of the Michigan Republican Party said Wednesday that he will try to bar Ron Paul from future GOP presidential debates because of remarks the Texas congressman made that suggested the Sept. 11 attacks were the fault of U.S. foreign policy," reports the Associated Press.


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    Looks like mild mannered but straight shootin Dr. Paul and his message have the globalist traitors scared to death.
     
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  2. TomVols

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    I thought Steele said that he thought Paul was done, not that he was done with Paul. However, I may be wrong.

    As for exclusion from the debates, sooner or later the single digit guys are going to start getting excluded. Like it or not, it is what it is.

    I like that all are in right now. It's good that we get to see the Pauls, Tancredos, Hunters, etc.
     
  3. poncho

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    From the article...

    Ron Paul isn't a "single digit" candidate as the MSM is trying to paint him. His message scares those who pull "our leaders" strings. If his "radical" message was to be heard, understood and accepted by the American people all of those who have worked to destroy this country and merge it in their one world government would be exposed for what and who they are.
     
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  4. KenH

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    Ron Paul needs to dump the Republican Party. I hope that that within the next three presidential election cycles that the GOP ends up on the dustbin of history where it belongs. There is already a liberal/socialist party called the Democrat Party. There is no need for a second one. Therefore, the future viability of the GOP as a national party is quite questionable, though it may survive as a regional party in some others where there is still some conservative life left among scattered Republicans.

    Even if Ron Paul is in the New Hampshire debate next month on CNN I am not sure I will watch it. I find it hard to stomach listening to the 9 Bush "conservatives" that share the stage with Ron Paul. When I want to listen to liberals I prefer to listen to the Democrat kind instead of the Republican kind sharing the stage with Ron Paul. At least the Democrat liberals are more consistent and sincere.
     
  5. Petra-O IX

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    Ron Paul is definitely a man with true courage who tells it like it is. There is no sugar coating on this fella to make him more appealing to those who want to hear half-truths and lies. There are no other viable candidates in the Republican Party at this moment running for the Presidency other than Ron Paul.
     
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    Yep. None of them other than Ron Paul would be true to the presidential oath.
     
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    You can't say that, he's not in, yet.
     
  8. KenH

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    Yes, I can. He has been true to his oath as a U.S. congressman.
     
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    Maybe a Paul-Duncan (Rep from Tenn) ticket? I'd prefer a Duncan-Paul ticket personally :)
     
  10. KenH

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    "First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win." - Mahatma Gandhi

    Apparently Ron Paul has reached the stage where the Establishment is fighting him.
     
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    Ron Paul has always fought them by representing the people.
     
  12. KenH

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    I figure that you'll love this quote about World War II, poncho:

    "[Y]ou simply cannot argue with nationalists. The Germans are fully convinced that compulsion applied by them to other nations is fair and just, while compulsion applied to themselves is criminal." - Ludwig von Mises, Omnipotent Government
     
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    Anyone who scares the Republicans this bad might convince me to vote for him in the primaries.
     

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